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It seems like Google are applying their penalties all over the place. Instead of manually punishing sites, they came up with all these red flags that can send your site into the depths of -60 / -300 / -950 penalty/filter. The penalties are site specific and it is very interesting to find out what triggers them and when they are lifted.
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from DaveDavis 3988 Days ago #
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Great analysis Branko although with all the flux that’s been going on lately, I wouldn’t place the blame on nofollow. This does lead to an interesting theory of over-optimization though. :)

from neyne 3988 Days ago #
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thanks for the sphinn. I don’t know. I put things out there and try to give some explanations. Hopefully some of them are on target, although I am sure not all of them are...

from neyne 3986 Days ago #
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there is a lively conversation on my blog, I would love for ppl to join in there by leaving a comment.and for goodnes sake, will someone help me with the sphinn button code in my feedburner feeds ??? :)))

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